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Unpredictable Cmd Z behaviour in CS5

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Old 10-06-2011, 06:07 AM
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Re: Unpredictable Cmd Z behaviour in CS5

Just to bring this up to date - I got a message from an Adobe technician who advised me to do the following:-

Photoshop Preferences > Performance > uncheck Enable Open GL Drawing

this has solved my problem.

For the record:-

The problem was that image redraw was failing to update after certain operations,
particularly Undos with Cmd Z, layer visibility changes and dialog slider values.

The setup in question was:-
Photoshop CS5.1 running on MacBookPro8,1 - Intel Core i5
Processor speed 2.3 Ghz

Turning off the Enable Open GL Drawing option has solved the redraw issue, but eliminates the Animated Zoom and Flick Panning functions which, although arguable cosmetic, are very nice features.
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